Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Man Dressed as Woman, Uses High Pitched Voice in Bank Scam

When a man dressed up as a woman tried to withdraw funds from his mother's bank account, he spoke in a high pitched voice.  His actual identity as a man was easily perceived and the bank teller called the police.  (Was it the handlebar mustache that gave him away, or the anchor tattoo on his bicep?) In any case, the man was arrested.

Management of the New Atlantic was relieved to learn that the pepetrator was not Andrew Sullivan.  Just kidding.

Read it all here for a good laugh.

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